When observing the world I imagine it as an abstract. When I create art, visual parallels of my experience occur in my work.
My intention is to interact with the media and the process until I reach a point of equilibrium or rightness that I recognize with my body and my eyes: the references ebb and flow as I work, but are not the purpose of the work.
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I want the viewers to find their own resonances: I don’t want them to harden into a visual gestalt, but to remain elusive and evocative.